Where is the girl’s English teacher from?
A. England. B. Canada. C. Japan.
1. What is the boy going to buy?
A. Some juice. B. Some oranges. C. Some apples.
2. When did Gary start his new job?
A. In March. B. In April. C. In Mary.
3. Who has brown hair?
A. Anna’s father. B. Anna’s mother. C. Anna’s brother.
4. Why would the man like no more cakes?
A. Because he is full. B. Because he doesn’t like cakes. C. Because he wants to eat some bread.
5. Where will the beach party be?
A. By the trees. B. By the boats. C. At the coffee shop.
6. What are they talking about?
A. Buying a birthday present. B. Learning English. C. Having a birthday party.
7. Where does this dialogue probably happen?
A. In a clothes shop. B. In a restaurant. C. In a tea house.
8. What colour was Kathy’s bedroom?
A. Green. B. Blue. C. Yellow.
9. What does the woman mean?
A. The man should stop smoking. B. The man should stop drinking coffee. C. Drinking coffee is better than smoking.
10. What can we learn from the dialogue?
A. The girl has finished her science homework.
B. The boy has finished his maths homework.
C. The boy has finished his English exercises.
11. How many classes for beginners are there in a week?
A. One. B. Two. C. Three.
12. What time is the evening class over?
A. At 7:30. B. At 8:30. C. At 9:30.
13. When will Judy probably have her piano lessons?
A. On Tuesday morning. B. On Tuesday evening. C. On Wednesday evening.
14. How does Steven usually go to London?
A. By train. B. By bus. C. By taxi.
15. How much does a travel card for a year cost?
A. Sixteen pounds. B. Thirty-two pounds. C. Sixty pounds.
16. Which of the following is true?
A. Steven can’t buy cheap train tickets.
B. Lily needs two photos to get a travel card.
C. Lily must show her ID card to get a travel card.
17. When will the group Red River leave London?
A. On October 28th. B. On November 2nd C. On November 28th.
18. What is the telephone number?
A. 238-0665. B. 283-6005. C. 283-0065.
19. How long does it take to get to the South Bank Hall?
A. Thirty minutes. B. Forty minutes C. Fifty minutes.
20. What can we know from the monologue?
A. Tickets are quite expensive.
B. All of the money will go to a children’s hospital.
C. You can telephone to book tickets at 10:00 P.m.
Day : saturday
Leave at : 22-________________________________________
Meet in: 23-________________________________________
26. --- It looks like a television. Do you think so?
--- Yes, I________.
A. understand B. know C. mean D. agree
27. --- I don’t know how to use this machine.
--- It doesn’t matter. Here is the ________.
A. instruction B. direction C. information D. advertisement
28. --- Are you going to Bejing by plane?
--- It’s fast, but expensive. So I am not sure. I ____ take a train.
A. should B. may C. must D. will
29. --- What a hot day! Have you had a drink?
--- Yes. But I’d like to have _____ after work.
A. it B. one C. other D. another
30. --- Do you remember ______ he came here?
--- Of course I do. His father drove him here.
A. whether B. when C. how D. why
31. --- I knocked into a tree when I went to the railway station for my friend.
--- I suppose you _____too fast.
A. drive B. are driving C. drove D. were driving
32. --- _______the socks, Jim. You shouldn’t throw them everywhere.
--- OK. Mom.
A. drive B. Take off C. Try on D. put away
33. --- What should I do, doctor?
--- _____ healthy, you should take more exercise.
A. Keep B. Keeping C. To keep D. Having kept
34. --- Oh. Mary’s not here these days. Is she ill?
--- _____.Her mother told me that she was in hospital.
A. I am afraid so B. I hope not C. I don’t mind D. I don’t think so
35. --- Nancy, how long does it take to fly to Canada?
--- Sorry, I don’t know. But I can telephone my father to ____it for you.
A. do B. check C. catch D. find
36. --- Whom would you like to be your assistant, Jack or David?
--- If I had to choose, David would be ____choice.
A. good B. better C. the better D. the best
37. Zhou Feng has liarned English for many years, but he can ____ understand the English speakers.
A. hardly B. certainly C. always D. almost
38. --- I feel very happy that I ____ to be the host.
A. choose B. am chosen C. was chosen D. haven chosen
39. --- Inventors have changed the way we live.
--- So they are famous for the great things they ____.
A. do B. did C. are doing D. had done
40. --- Have you found the information about famous people ____ you can use for the report?
--- Not yet. I’ll search some on the Internet.
A. which B. who C. what D. whom
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The Sea Life Centre is a really exciting place. There are so many things to 42 here and everything is enjoyable. It costs￡3.70 for grown-ups.￡2 for children and 43 for over sixties and school groups. It’s 44 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every day except 25th and 26th of December.
Special 45 include(包括)hourly feeding times for all the different animals and fish, and shows in the sea life theatre. 46 is always there to answer questions about what you’ve seen. 47 you are in a group of six or more people, we 48 give you a special guided tour of the centre. But you 49 to arrange(安排)this at the information desk when you 50.
The latest attraction is a big 51 tunnel(隧道)you can walk through. All around you, you will see fish swimming ---- sometimes even over your head. You certainly have the 52 view(景色) of the undersea world. Children 53 it and it’s really amazing for grown-ups, too.
When you get 54 ,there is a relaxed family dining room serving food.
That’s all. For 55 information, phone 01743-564219. Have a good time! Thank you.
41. A. Go B. Come C. Walk D. Welcome
42. A. see B. do C. play D. take
43. A. little B. few C. less D. fewer
44. A. popular B. busy C. crowded D. open
45. A. changes B. programs C. attractions D. performances
46. A. Someone B. Anyone C. Everyone D. No one
47. A. When B. If C. Because D. Until
48. A. can B. must C. should D. have to
49. A. decide B. like C. hope D. need
50. A. return B. arrive C. leave D. travel
51. A. metal B. arrive C. glass D. stone
52. A. clearest B. funniest C. most relaxing D. most frightening
53. A. want B. visit C. love D. find
54. A. tired B. bored C. thirsty D. hungry
55. A. some B. more C. much D. most
Leaf then large learn ones grow
Thick has mean first easy begin
Everybody loves oranges. They are sweet and juicy. They’re in sections, so it is 56 to eat them. Some or anges do not have any seeds. Some have a 57 skin, and some have a thin skin.
The orange tree is beautiful. It has a lot of shiny green 58 .The small white flowers smell very sweet. An orange tree 59 flowers and fruit at the same time.
There were orange trees twenty million years ago. The oranges were very small, not like the 60 today. The orange tree probably came from China. Many different kinds of wild oranges 61 in China today. The Chinese started to raise(栽培) orange trees about 4,400 years ago.
Farmers in other parts of Asia and the Middle East 62 to raise oranges from the chinese. 63 they taught Europeans. The Spainish planted orange trees in the New Wold (North and South America). They took them to Florida 64 . Oranges are a very important crop in Florida Today.
In English, orange 65 both a fruit and a color. We use the name of the fruit for the color.
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66. Worldwatchers is a centre for ________.
A. searching information B. protecting the environment
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67. With the help of ______, people can learn how to help themselves.
A. Solutions B. The London Home C. Worldwatchers D. The Information Office
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I never wanted a dog, but now I’m so glad I have one.
About two years ago, my wife, Cathy, got a little dog with a face only a mother could love. We named her Gertie.
Gertie is the kind of dog that has to grow on you. So I dicided that the dog would be trained. This didn’t quite go as planned. At 15 weeks old, she was nearly made to leave the Petsmart Training School. She spent every night lying in our bed—snoring (打鼾)so loudly that I hardly got a good night’s sleep.
Then, about six months after she arrived, I felt that something in my heart was taking place, and I was unable to stop it. My behaviour(行为方式)began to change. I began to smile at people when passing them in a street. I returned(招手)from neighbours. I started calling my kids and, to my surprise, they started calling me. I even tried to speak to my grandchildren over the phone once. I even was glad to listen to laughter from a 10-month-old granddaughter. The point is that I was changing.
My wife and I both agree that it is Gertie who has changed my behaviour.
Gertie is now nearly two years old and almost fully grown. I have come to like the pet little by little, though she is my wife’s dog.
69. What did the man think of the dog at the beginning?
A. It looked very beautiful. B. It wasn’t very lovely.
C. It wasn’t necessary to be trained. D. It could change his life.
70. When did the man’s behaviour begin to change?
A. About two years ago. B. When Gertie was nearly two years old.
C. When Gertie was 15 weeks old. D. About six months after Gertie arrived.
71. Which of the following is NOT mentioned about the man’s change?
A. He began to smile at people B. He liked helping his neighbours.
C. He started calling his kids. D. He spoke to his grandchildren over the phone.
72. What can we learn from this passage?
A. The dog has been trained very well. B. The man has become more confident.
C. The man has become more friendly. D. The man likes the dog better than his wife.
Albert was an ordinary worker in an oil company in America. His workmates gave a nickname（绰号）“Four dollars a bucket of oil” below his name whenever and wherever he wrote down his name.
As time went by, people forgot his real name. Later, when Rockefeller, the board chairman(董事长)of the oil company, heard of it, he was very surprised, so he invited Albert to come to his office.
“Some people give you a nickname for ‘Four dollars a bucket’. Why aren’t you angry?” asked Rockefeller with some puzzlement in his eyes.
“Oh! Mr. Rockefeller! I like this nickname very much, because ‘Four dollars a bucket’s is our company’s advertisement. As long as someone calls me ‘Four dollars a bucket’ once, I think it’s free advertisement for our company. It’s not necessary for me to get angry. Don’t you think so, Mr. Rockdfeller?”
“Oh! What a wonderful man!” Rockefeller said excitedly when hearing Albert’s words“Young man! Work harder, you must be successful in the future! I believe in you!”
Five years later, Albert became the second board chairman after Rockefeller.
Later Albert said in one of his reports, “I don’t think we should feel frustrated when we have no way to do the world-shaking things. We should treat every thing actively because maybe our future success will begin from a small thing!”
73. What was Albert in The oil company at the beginning?
A. A worker. B. An assistant. C. A manager. D. The second board chairman.
74. Why wasn’t albert angry about his nickname?
A. He liked to have a nickname. B. It could make his workmates happy.
C. He could become famous. D. It was a free advertisement for his company.
75. What is the main idea of this passage?
A. Rockefeller asked young people to work harder.
B. It’s very important to do small things well.
C. You can’t get angry when someone calls your nickname.
D. You should make more advertisements for your company.
76. What would be the best title for this passage?
A. I Believe in You B. Albert and Rockefeller
C. Four Dollars a Bucket D. The Second Board Chairman
It’s so beautiful outside that spending the day in the office would be very boring. So why not take the vacations(假期)off? A new survey(调查)found that 31﹪of U.S workers don’t always take all of their vacation days. Americans have 12 vacation days on average(平均)each year, but they give back an average of 3 vacation days each year.
So why don’t they use up their vacation days? Some say they would rather get money back for their unused days; some busy workers say they just can’t leave their work. Americans have fewer vacation days than workers in any other country surveyed.
The French take their vacations seriously. French workers get an average of 39 vacation days, and 40﹪plan to take at least one there-to-four-week vacation.
Workers in Sweden receive an average of 25 vacation days a year, but they can’t find time to use them all. More workers there return vacation days than any other country surveyed.
British workers have the longest working week in Europe(欧洲),with 23 vacation days -- the shortest vacation. So they feel overworked.75﹪say their weekends or vacations are too short and 40﹪would sacrifice a day’s pay(工资)for one more vacation day.
77. How many vacation days do Americans have on average each year in fact?
A.9 B.12 C.15 D.23
78. Which country has the most workers working during the vacation days?
A. America. B. France. C. Sweden. D. Great Britain.
79. What does the word“sacrifice”mean in the last sentence?
A. Use up. B. Put up. C. Take up. D. Give up.
80. Which of the following is true?
A. Some American workers are too busy to leave their work.
B. French workers can take one Three-to-four week days.
C. Swedish workers can enjoy all of their vacation days.
D. British workers have the shortest vacation days of all the countries surveyed.
It began with one red paper clip(回形针)and ended with a house. Kyle MacDonald, a 26-year-old Canadian, got a three-bedroomed house through 14 trades(交换)that started with a single red paper clip.
Encouraged by Kyle”s successful experience, now more and more young people around the world are starting their own trading activities. They set up websites where people can trade things there do not usually use with other people. A website called Peerflix allows people to trade their used DVDs. These traders usually prefer face-to-face tracing, which means they don’t have to worry about who is going to pay for the delivery(递送)。
Last year, a young girl in Beijing decided to follow the example of Kyle. She started with a paper clip. and hoped to get a house in the end. After several trades she now has a piano which is worth more than 10,000 yuan. But she may still have a long way to go.
You may be puzzled about why people are doing this. In fact, everyone in the trade activities gets things that are useful to them. Just as Kyle said, “What’s more important to a man dying of thirst in the desert—one million dollars or a glass of water?” Kyle’s words probably show why these trades are popular among young people.
81. What did Kyle get in the end through 14 trades?
82. Where can people trade things they do not usually use?
83. Why do these traders usually prefer face-to-face trading?
84. How can the Chinese girl’s dream come true?
85. Why are the trade activites popular among young people?
对 象 二十二中初三（3）班 人 数 60人（男：31人；女：29人） 常用放松方式 1.看电视（30人） 2.玩电脑游戏（12人） 3.听音乐（8人） 4.进行体育锻炼（5人） 5.没有时间放松（5人） 你的观点 哪一种（些）放松方式是适当的？ 为什么？
The Poper Way(s) for Students to Relax
I am the monitor of Class 3, Grade 3,No.22 middle School. Recently I have made a survey of the students in my class on ways to relax after class.